Premiere: Lojack unleashes a gloomy new banger, Shelter

Premiere: Lojack unleashes a gloomy new banger, Shelter

An intriguing U-turn for the Melbourne-based producer.

"Shelter is a dark club jam," begins Melbourne producer Lojack on his latest single, "A bit of a journey through some dark bells and bass that eventually hits a euphoric high at the last drop. I love The Odds vocal. It took a few vocal demos on this track before we got the right one and I think we really made it work. Working with a wide range of vocalists in the past 18 months has really helped my songwriting direction and sound choice."

It's an intriguing change of tact for the usually pretty intense bass music producer, but one that works thanks to some really interesting production work, combined with The Odds' engrossing vocal work. We're digging everything that's going on, and looking forward to seeing further fruits of Lojack's labour over the coming months.

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